Volunteers from the Fargo/Moorhead campus got their hands dirty during the United Way's 23rd Annual Day of Caring on Oct. 9. Staff and students from the campus helped widows Pearl Lee and Jeanette Karst dust cabinets, clean windows, move and mop behind appliances and relocate heavy objects throughout the assisted living facility they both call home.
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Rasmussen College Fargo/Moorhead campus focused on supporting the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's "Out of the Darkness" Walk Sept. 21 as part of its September Diversity Committee initiative.
Fargo medical lab tech student Brittaney Lettow has found a new career focus that, while practical, is far from dull. Here is how she plans to help doctors diagnose potentially life threatening diseases.
North Dakota Gov. Jack Dairymple recently named Moorhead campus grad Diane Gravely to the state Board of Nursing. Gravely works as a service coordinator for Bethany Personal Care Services. In addition to a practical nursing diploma, she also earned a bachelor's degree in sociology and philosophy from Minot State University.
National Night Out is a great opportunity for communities to come together to build bonds and reduce crime.
There are a precious few times in life where it just seems like the stars have aligned and by some stroke of luck everything in life is going your way. Fargo health information management student Brenna Welton is currently in the middle of one of those great runs of luck. However, attributing her recent string of success to just luck is selling Welton short. As the saying goes, you make your own luck. This is how Welton, with the help of Rasmussen College, created her own luck and began a new career she never imagined possible.
Whether you like it or not, your family shapes who you are and what you do. Fargo, North Dakota, medical administration student Tahirih Field is no different. Her parents were medical professionals and, although she isn't pursuing the hands-on roles her parents held, she knows the field can provide the stability she wants for her own children. This is how Field balanced the needs and influence of her family to find the perfect fit at Rasmussen College.
This first-of-its-kind training academy will be taught by Rasmussen College instructors and licensed deputies from the Cass County Sheriff's Department.
A good way to judge a person's character is to see how they respond to adversity. Nicole Gumke, a graduate of the Fargo Surgical Technologist program, is a great example of someone who went on to persevere despite setbacks.
The Rasmussen College Fargo campus held an exciting web design workshop in August. The four hour workshop was packed with web design essentials, such as page analysis, design, concept development and site organization. The instructor then moved on to html structure, links, and imagery dived pretty deep into CSS. The workshop ended with some banner animation in flash and a discussion of ftp space, domain names and blogs
On April 3-4, 2012 Rasmussen College in Fargo, North Dakota hosted a Cass County Sheriff's department training on campus.
We recently had the opportunity to interview Dr. Rebecca Rudel, Dean of Nursing at the Moorhead, MN college campus. Dr. Rudel is passionate about delivering quality education to online nursing students, and in this interview she will highlight some relevant wisdom into the nursing degrees and the nursing profession.